The good news is that CBS' presentation of the 32nd annual Kennedy Center Honors on Tuesday night – paying tribute to Mel Brooks, Robert De Niro, Bruce Springsteen, Dave Brubeck and Grace Bumbry…
Wow, talk about great timing. On Tuesday I wrote a column about how the web isn't terrific at correcting its mistakes — and how news orgs are A) making more errors because of layoffs and cutbacks and…
So much for that spoof video in which Hitler responds to the "Avatar" trailer, anticipating that the movie will be a flop and comparing the visual effects to those in "FernGully: The Last Rainforest."
Good intentions don't always produce engrossing television, and so it is with "This Emotional Life."
TV critics get so little in return for all the time and love we lavish on television. Is it too much to ask that we get a chance to review something with the title "Conveyer Belt of Love?" Shockingly…
The Kennedy Center Honors provide the classiest two hours on broadcast television every year.
Doesn't measure up to the better British dramas that have enlivened the cable net's lineup.
TLC has gone from big families in the numeric sense to a plus-sized family of the poundage variety.
Several networks have been approached in recent weeks about mounting an alternative to the Emmys.
Take a bow, producer Mark Burnett: "Survivor" is the most influential program of the soon-to-be-concluded decade. (There's no prize, but you seem to be doing OK.)